Financial advice must be available to everyone.
Managing your finances alone can be brutal. Seemingly simple tasks like "pay off credit card debt" or "invest in the stock market" can turn into hours of dealing with forms, bureaucrats, hidden fees, and honest mistakes. Doing everything alone can be anxiety-provoking and, in the end, more costly. Financial advisers can help calm your nerves and help you make the best decisions... if you can afford them.
As an advocate for financial justice, I'm not satisfied with how expensive financial advice typically is. To help solve this problem, I teach financial literacy courses and help manage the Aspire Clinic at the University of Georgia.
And, one-on-one, I've helped dozens of students, young professionals, and workers in the service industry to balance their budgets, get out of debt, find the best savings accounts, make their first investments, and diversify their portfolios.
Unlike some financial advisors, I'm held to the highest fiduciary standards of competence and integrity as a CFP® Candidate. Oh, and it's free!
If you'd also like individualized advice, let's work together.
See also http://www.bankrate.com/finance/investing/getting-good-but-cheap-financial-advice-1.aspx